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  • boar292hog boar292hog Mar 5, 2010 6:02 PM Flag

    Hey board. Wanna see all HELL break lose!!!

    I learned a long time ago that if you don't like the company, or the industry, or specifically, the management, then you don't buy. Of course, thats just me.
    Most stock options are granted with stipulations/exercise restrictions etc. even expiration dates in some cases.
    Neal is how old now 65? My Dad lived to be 59, i wish he had the option before he died to exercise 171k in stock options like Neal has done.
    By the way, what is 171k to you all? Its alot of money to me, alot to most people I think but lets break it down, how many beach chalets is that going to buy? how many targa 911's? how many piper airplanes? Putting the 171k that he has exercised into some perspective makes it look maybe not as big as you think and I can assure you it is nothing to the likes of Soros/Blackstone/Vanguard/Wellington or anyother money managing entity.
    Did you know that Alex Rodriguez is paying 30k per month for his condo in New York? LOL!
    I ask again, what is 171k ( dollars )in stock options exercised by the CO-FOUNDER of the company who is 65 YEARS OLD ! ?
    I understand the message some take when they see the Co-founder exercising options as though he is abandoning ship but there are too many other variables to consider here staring at us directly, to ignore!
    Maybe he took a long awaited vacation and had drinks served in solid gold wine glasses that he paid for and kept! LOL! 171k ? COME ON GUYS! That ain't a message of abandonement. Not when this guy OWNS AS MANY SHARES AS HE DOES! LOL !

 
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